Architectural photo featuring Norwich Cathedral organ and magnificent vault. This photo is actually a crop of a larger vertorama. One of the interesting things about creating a vertorama, is that it creates dramatic sweeps and bends in the architecture which gives this photo of Norwich Cathedral an almost organic feel. Most photographers appreciate rectilinear images and vertical verticals 😉 but sometimes it’s good to experiment and create images without restriction. What I find interesting about cropping from a vertorama is that you can gain unique perspectives that you wouldn’t normally achieve from other lens. In this photo the distorted architectural lines add emphasis by framing the organ.

Click here for a link to an article I wrote about vertoramas.



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